Thursday, December 20th, 2007

Remember, the Milk has spilled on your Gmail

Category: Firefox, Google, Showcase

We blogged about the Gmail helper API in November, and the good folks at Remember The Milk have used the API to add tasks to the Gmail interface in a nice mashup:

Yup, that’s RTM in there! Remember The Milk for Gmail is a Firefox extension that lets you do all kinds of crazy cool things with your tasks (and interacts with your mail, contacts, and calendar too).

It goes beyond letting you manage your tasks, as you can connect tasks with your mail, google calendar, and contacts.

Watch the screencast to see it in action.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:46 am

3.9 rating from 22 votes


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beware, I believe this plugin installs adaware on the firefox.

check the plugins after installation to check it out…

Comment by freaker — December 20, 2007

What’s adaware? Forces you to use Ada to program?

You might want to check your plugins BEFORE installation to make sure you don’t already have adware and to make sure you don’t mistakenly misblame a harmless plugin just because it was the most recent one you installed.

Comment by Andy — December 20, 2007

Metatalk warning…
Hmm… “forces”… come on now… Ada is not such a bad language once you get to know it. Of course, to be honest, for most of the tasks, there are better options, but still, for some reason, people are bashing Ada just because of FUD.

Comment by DiscoNova — December 20, 2007

excellent info

Comment by Aphrodisiac — July 31, 2008

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